Certainly, you are not limited to pleading guilty if you have blown at or above the legal limit of a .08 blood alcohol content (BAC). You are entitled to request a hearing on the legality of your stop and arrest, during which your attorney can argue that both were unconstitutional and violated your Fourth Amendment right to be free from unreasonable search and seizure. In the event of success, your case may be dismissed even if it is undisputed that you exceeded the legal BAC limit. Additionally, you have the right to demand a trial, thereby requiring the prosecution to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that you were driving while impaired. With a knowledgeable defense attorney, there are many strategies that can be employed to challenge a DWI case, even when the evidence seems stacked against you. While each case is unique, there are always options other than pleading guilty. A skilled DWI attorney like David K. Gross, can inform you of feasible alternatives based on the specifics of your case.